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What is E6 fault code in orient air conditioner 04 ton?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your ac's compraser is getting off due to heat in that area voltage is one of the big issue 2 your thermostat is not working properly of your motor is jammed not rotating properly RPM(running per minute)
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
E-6-Indoor unit heat exchanger sensor [ThIR] defective (resistance is open circuit or closed circuit).
• Poor connection of sensor connector on the indoor PCB.Rectify or replace sensor.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
E6 Room temperature or evaporator temperature sensor open or short circuit
The prescribed cure:
Check to make sure the room temperature sensor is connected and reads the correct resistance value. If the sensor operates correctly, replace the control board.
This unit most likely employs a NTC thermistor as a thermometer sensor. Common resistance values are 1k ohms and 10k ohms at room temperature. As the temperature goes up, the sensor decreases in resistance.
The sensing element could look like any of the above, but with portable comfort units, they usually look like the bottom row of encapsulated and cabled assemblies.
Posted on Feb 09, 2015
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